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Press Council of India team visits Rajouri, scribes demand bulletproof jackets

Issues pertaining to the empanelment of local newspapers for advertisements in both the districts, besides the issue of security passes, were also raised, the spokesman said.

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Charges against 17 employees of one of its last respected media outposts are part of a clampdown on freedoms in Turkey

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Press freedom yet to be completely restored in Myanmar, says country’s first Pulitzer winner

Esther Htusan, a journalist from Kachin State in Myanmar was among the four-member team of Associated Press journalists who has won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service Journalism for a series of investigative stories that led to the release of over 2,000 people.

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World Press Freedom Index: Finland at No 1, here’s where India stands

The 2016 ‘World Press Freedom Index’ released by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is led by Finland, which retained its top spot for the sixth consecutive year, followed by the Netherlands and Norway.

Charlie Hebdo attack: Clash in Paris on whether to limit press freedom

In France, the conflict over what limits to place on press freedom has often involved the satirical weekly.

‘Govt will not interfere with freedom of the press’: Prakash Javadekar

He said development of the media and communication network is essential for the healthy growth of democracy.

Press freedom essential, no “external” regulation: Prakash Javadekar

On a query related to Prasar Bharati, Javadekar said he would examine the matters in greater depth.

23 journalists died in violence in South Asia in 2013

“The most disturbing development is the increasingly targeted nature of violence in both Pakistan and India,” the report said.

After threat from ‘reporter’,Modi office restricts scribes’ movement

The movement of journalists will be kept under watch. A guard will accompany them from the reception to the concerned offices.

Will send Fact Finding Teams to some states: Katju

Complaints related to violation of freedom of press in pouring in from several states,says Katju.